Then I heard the voice of the Lord saying, "Whom shall I send? And who will go for us?" And I said, "Here am I. Send me!"
Honoring Tyler Brown
Tyler Brown was born on May 27, 1978 at Northside Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia. He was killed proudly fighting for his country in Iraq on September 14, 2004. He was the best friend, brother and son that anyone could ever hope for, and he will be deeply missed. The Brown family would like to thank everyone for their continued prayers, love and support.
2012 LT Tyler Brown Scholarships Awarded to Brent Satterwhite and Alex Akins, Woodward Academy Seniors to Attend Georgia Tech This Fall
On November 11, 2011, Woodward Academy conducted the annual Veteranís Day Ceremony. This yearís keynote speaker was Major Daniel Gade, Lt. Tyler Brown's commanding officer in Iraq
Woodward announces the creation of the
Woodward Academy to dedicate the Tyler H. Brown student center on November 10, 2009
The following is a link to an article on Tyler in the September 17 AJC, front page of the Metro Section: http://tylerbrown.live.def6.com/Tyler9-17-04AJC-Article.pdf
The September 23 AJC, section A 12, displayed another article about Tyler: http://tylerbrown.live.def6.com/Tyler9-23-04AJC-Article.pdf
Tyler's family and friends interview on NPR:
The Atlanta Fine Arts League proudly presents:
Click Here to view a segment of STATE OF THE ARTS, a regular program on GPB, about the Art from the Heart project of the Atlanta Fine Arts League. (It is a large file and may take a few moments to load)
September 8, 2007 through November 11, 2007
May 13, 2005 - Woodward Academy Senior Awards Banquet. Presentation of the inaugural LT Tyler Hall Brown Scholarship to Elizabeth Ward. Remarks by Carey H. Brown: http://tylerbrown.live.def6.com/TylerScholarshipAwardPresentation.pdf
May 20, 2005 - Georgia Institue of Technology President's Dinner. Remarks by Carey H. Brown: http://tylerbrown.live.def6.com/TechPresidentsDinner.pdfMemorial Day Press Release from Woodward Academy May 25, 2005
The AJC ran this article on Memorial Day May 30, 2005: http://tylerbrown.live.def6.com/Tyler_5-30-05_AJC-Article.pdf
This resolution was adopted on the last day of the Special Session
on Saturday, September 10, 2005:
October 29, 2005
US Army Airborne Ranger
Kappa Alpha Order
January, 2006, Atlanta INtown Publication
February 24, 2006, Billings Gazette
August 7, 2006, Daily Herald
December 30, 2006, Roanoke Times
The Funeral Service for Tyler was held at the Cathedral of St. Philip on Wednesday, September 22 at 3:00 PM.
Tyler was laid to rest with full military honors in Arlington National Cemetery at 3 o'clock, September 28, 2004. He received the Bronze Star, Purple Heart and the Combat Infantryman Badge. Tyler also received special recognition from the "Old Guard" where he had been selected to continue his military career.
The "Old Guard," one of the oldest and most respected Infantry Regiments in the United States Army, has the awesome responsibility of both guarding the Tomb of the Unknowns at Arlington National Cemetery, but also for escorting deceased Army service members to their final rest in the "Gardens of Stone," as Arlington is sometimes called.
The "Old Guard" also serves as the Army's ceremonial unit and, as an active and well-trained Infantry Regiment, is responsible for the protection of Washington, D.C.
General Ponder was the presiding officer over Tyler's burial service.
Chief Integration Officer, CIO/G6, SAIS-ZC
107 Army Pentagon
Washington, DC 20310-0107
In Lieu of Flowers
In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made in Tylers honor to the Tyler H. Brown Scholarship Fund. Donations can be sent care of the Georgia Tech Foundation, 760 Spring Street NW, Suite 400, Atlanta, Georgia 30308.